Maine Legislative Index

1820-1855, 1861-1865

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51SkowheganReport on the Petition of the Selectmen of Skowhegan that they may have leave to apply the Ministerial Fund to the building of a Town House1846
52SkowheganResolutions passed at a meeting of the Citizens of Newry and Paris and vicinity in relation to the Petition of Abner Coburn and others praying for a Skowhegan to Augusta Railroad1847
53SkowheganReport on a Bill to improve Kennebec River Navigation between Kendalls Mills and Skowhegan1848
54SkowheganAn Act to incorporate the Bingham, Athens, Skowhegan and Waterville Stage Company1852
55SkowheganReport on the Petition of John Woodman and others that they may be set off from Cornville to Skowhegan1852
56SkowheganReport on the Petition of Benjamin Cayford and others that they may be set off from Cornville and annexed to Skowhegan1852
57SkowheganAn Act to unite the Towns of Skowhegan and Bloomfield1861
58SkowheganAn Act to change the place of holding the Supreme Judicial Court in Somerset County and to change the Shiretown1865
59SkowheganReport on a petition of Eusebius Weston for a charter for a savings bank1865
60SkowheganSee also Bloomfield
61SkowheganSee Milburn
62SkowheganSee also Milburn
63Skowhegan and Bloomfield Village CorporationAn Act to incorporate the Skowhegan and Bloomfield Village Corporation1852
64Skowhegan and vicinity Petition SignersResolve in favor of Westbrook Seminary1864
65Skowhegan BankAn Act to incorporate the1833
66Skowhegan BankReport on a Petition relative to an Act appropriating a part of the annual tax of the1834
67Skowhegan BankReport on the Petition to an Act providing for the appropriation of the annual tax upon the1834
68Skowhegan BankAn Act to incorporate the Bank of Somerset1854
69Skowhegan BridgeSee Scowhegan (sic) Free Bridge 1833 PS 93-39
70Skowhegan FallsSee Wyman, Levi 1822 GY 10-31
71Skowhegan Petition SignersSee Kennebec Dam Company 1834 PS 107-134
72Skowhegan Petition SignersResolves for dividing the State into districts for the choice of Senators and for apportioning the Representatives among the several Counties, Cities, Towns, Plantations and Classes at the third apportionment and the remonstrance of Lorenzo S. Bumpus and1841
73Skowhegan Petition SignersRemonstrances against repeal of the license law1843
74Skowhegan Petition SignersPetitions to supress the sale of Intoxicating Liquors (with female petition signers also)1845
75Skowhegan Petition SignersSundry Petitions and Remonstrances relative to an Act to restrict the sale of intoxicating drinks, approved August 7, 1846 (alphabetical by town)1847

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